Given the vast growth of eSports in the US, it comes as little surprise that competitive gaming has been made into a varsity sport. Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, made the announcement this week, joining the likes of Utah, Missouri and Ohio State to have such programs of this kind.
Yes, the rumours are indeed true; Farming Simulator is getting its own eSports league, with the first season to be competed in across Europe. The 10 tournaments will offer a prize pot of $280,000, courtesy of Giants Software.
Our third part of Kingdom Hearts: A History focuses on Re:Chain of Memories. A remake of the original GBA game and a direct sequel to Kingdom Hearts.